Russian Forest As Viewed By Russian Officials

The Rooks Have Come Back, 1871 by Aleksey Savrasov
Russian Forest As Viewed By Russian Officials

Did you know that trees in Russian cities are being destroyed in massive numbers? They do it under the “tree sanitation pruning excuse”, but in fact, it’s nothing but barbarism. Poorly educated and incompetent officials simply destroy nature in cities, and there’s not any logical explanation for such actions. Let us now see how the country painted by famous Russian artists would look after “sanitation pruning of trees”.

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Ivan Endogurov, Early Spring, 1885
Russian Forest As Viewed By Russian Officials

Mikhail Hermashev, Autumn landscape, 1890s
Russian Forest As Viewed By Russian Officials

Mikhail Clodt, Oaks, 1863
Russian Forest As Viewed By Russian Officials

Arkhip Kuindzhi, Birch Grove, 1879
Russian Forest As Viewed By Russian Officials

Vladimir Orlovsky, Landscape, 1882
Russian Forest As Viewed By Russian Officials

Ivan Shishkin, The forest in the evening, 1869
Russian Forest As Viewed By Russian Officials

Ivan Shishkin, A Rye Field, 1878
Russian Forest As Viewed By Russian Officials

Ivan Shishkin, Morning in a Pine Forest, 1889
Russian Forest As Viewed By Russian Officials

Efim Volkov, Landscape with a Pond, 1887
Russian Forest As Viewed By Russian Officials

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